Vets play an important role in providing evidence to courts on cases of animal cruelty and abuse. In this article, the first in a series on being involved in potential criminal animal welfare cases, James Yeates discusses the important pre-trial work, both clinical and forensic, that should be considered when dealing with cases of animal cruelty that may be referred for prosecution.
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